Counting the small parts in all the bags takes up quite a bit of time.
The engine crate was used as a desk top for counting all the small parts. After the small parts inventory was completed, it was time to move onto the grand finale … opening of the engine crate. The lid to the engine crate was secured by four bent metal tabs which required straightening before the lid could be removed. By this time Mike and Bernie swung by to check out the parts and Bernie helped with bending the metal tabs that were securing the lid onto the wooden engine crate.
Bernie lending a hand bending the tabs securing the lid to the engine crate.
The unveiling of the engine crate.
A brand new Rotax 912 ULS engine and a few extra items.
In addition to the engine, the engine crate had some more goodies in it. There is an oil tank and oil cooler, rectifier, starter solenoid, two K&N air filters, a coolant bottle, engine log book, maintenance manual, a CD and documentation. I was very shocked to discover a box containing three liters of Aero Shell Sport Plus 4 oil … but no coolant.The Rotax 912 ULS engine even came with three liters of Aero Shell Sport Plus 4 oil … although, for as much as this engine costs, it should be a lifetime supply of oil.
All the additional items that were in the engine crate … oil cooler, air filters, coolant bottle, oil tank, starter solenoid, rectifier, oil fitting, misc. wiring, manuals, documentation and a CD.